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Hearing Tests

Comprehensive evaluation services ranging from pass/fail screenings through to specialized testing for non-responsive patients, auditory processing, tinnitus and more.

Hearing Aid Sales

We sell hearing aids from all major manufacturers and offer devices at a wide range of prices to ensure that we are fitting the device to you, rather than fitting you to the device.

Hearing Aid Care

Regardless of the make and model of your hearing aid or related device, we can assist you with it’s care and maintenance – even if you didn’t purchased it from us.

Additional Tools

Assistive listening devices to such as alerting devices, signalers, specialized telephones, and systems for watching TV. Hearing protection. Aural rehabilitation.

WELCOME TO ALL GENERATIONS AUDIOLOGY

MEET OUR OWNER
DR. DIANA ESHLEMAN, AUD

Dr. Diana Eshleman founded All Generations Audiology in Mooresville, NC in 2016. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Audiology with Specialty Certification in Pediatric Audiology and is a CAOHC certified Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program.

Dr. Eshleman provides diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders for patients of all ages, from newborns to geriatrics. This includes hearing, tinnitus and auditory processing evaluations as well as amplification devices. She enjoys helping patients of all ages to hear their best.

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A WIDE RANGE OF
AUDIOLOGY SERVICES FOR ALL AGES

All Generations Audiology, PLLC is located in Mooresville, NC and is a full-service audiology practice offering comprehensive pediatric and adult diagnostic audiology and treatment services.

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We’re excited to announce the launch of our new All Generations Audiology online store! Now you can shop for all of your hearing aids, supplies and accessories from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Shop securely online and your order will be quickly shipped for FREE right to your front door!

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THE BEST PHONE APPS FOR CAPTIONINGIf you wear hearing aids, you know they are a big help in most any situation, but there may be times you want to make talking on the phone, watching a movie, or eating at your favorite restaurant even easier. And, if you have normal hearing, you might wish you could communicate better with friends and family members who are deaf or have hearing loss. Fortunately, if you have a smartphone, help is only an app away. Below, we've compiled some of the higher-rated apps that offer captioning services; for example, converting phone calls or other conversations into text.Apps for both Android and Apple iOSInnoCaption+Android, 4,5 stars, version 4.4 or lateriOS, 4.6 stars, free, v. 11.0 or laterInnoCaption+ is a free captioning service for the deaf and hard of hearing funded by the FCC. It provides real-time captioning on your mobile device. The app was developed in conjunction with live stenographers to provide fast, easy, accurate captioning. Users must register and self-certify you have a hearing loss to use this service. Text Hear Personal Hearing AidAndroid, 4.1 stars, freeiOS, 1 star, free, with in-app purchases, version 9.2 or laterYou can use the Text Hear app in everyday conversations to help you convert natural speech to text in large, easy-to-read letters displayed on your mobile device. Features include automatic punctuation and spacing, font size and color choices, and support for more than 100 languages and accents.Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy HearingLast updated November 30, 2021For full article, click or copy past the link below:www.healthyhearing.com/report/47850-The-best-phone-captioning-apps-for-the-hearing-impaired ... See MoreSee Less

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Can cognitive behavior therapy help with my tinnitus?People with tinnitus know all too well the frustrations of this condition. While it’s commonly described as a ringing in the ears, tinnitus can sound like a buzz, hiss, or roar, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). This can occur in one ear or both, and the sound of tinnitus may be loud or soft, ever-present or occasional. What’s intriguing about tinnitus is that it seems like you’re hearing something in your ear—but no noise is occurring. Something happens in the brain to “create the illusion of sound when there is none,” explains the NIDCD. This unpleasant sensation can lead to a surge in emotions. That’s the case for Anna Pugh, a UK-based hearing therapist audiologist with Oto, an app designed to treat tinnitus. After a head injury, Pugh developed constant multi-noise tinnitus, which she describes as sounding very much like the internet dial-up noise from the 1990s, at a volume matching moderate conversation. Even as a therapist, Pugh says she “went through all the grief and anger and the denial and struggling.” While there’s no cure for tinnitus, there are several potential treatments. For people who have tinnitus accompanied by hearing loss, which is very common, hearing aids can be very helpful, as today's hearing aids even come with tinnitus maskers. For anyone, though, counseling—and in particular, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)—is another potential strategy to help people manage tinnitus. Contributed by Madeleine BurryNovember 1, 2021For full article, copy paste or click on the link below:www.healthyhearing.com/report/53260-Cognitive-behavior-therapy-tinnitus-ears-ringing-relief ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday November 4th, 2021  ·  

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5 early signs of hearing lossHearing loss is often a sneaky thief. It can creep up on you gradually, stealing your hearing in such small increments you suddenly find yourself straining to understand conversation and missing some of your favorite sounds. How can you tell if you have hearing loss? Hearing loss symptoms depend on the type and severity. Only a qualified hearing health professional can tell you for sure, but here are five signs you may not be hearing your best.1. Consonant sounds are hard to hear2. The birds have seemingly disappeared3. Understanding conversation in crowded places is increasingly difficult4. You strain to listen—and it’s exhausting5. Your ears ringWhat’s the solution?High-frequency hearing loss is typically a type of sensorineural hearing loss, which means hair cells in the inner ear have been damaged. These hair cells are responsible for converting sounds into signals and sending them along the auditory nerve to the brain for interpretation. In addition to age, sensorineural hearing loss has many causes, including noise exposure, disease, infection or genetics. Although sensorineural hearing loss isn’t curable, it can be treated with hearing aids or cochlear implants. Diagnosis and treatment is important because untreated hearing loss has been linked to mental health conditions such as anger, depression, anxiety, isolation, frustration, loneliness and decreased cognitive function.Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy HearingFor full article, click or copy paste this link:www.healthyhearing.com/report/52992-5-early-signs-of-hearing-loss ... See MoreSee Less

Monday October 25th, 2021  ·  

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NOW OFFERING
DRIVE THRU AND TELEHEALTH VISITS

We are excited to announce two new services available to our patients: Drive-Thru and Telehealth virtual appointments.

Our Drive Thru teller window at our office located at 621 East Center Ave. in Mooresville, NC is open by appointment. You can receive supplies, batteries and even certain appointment types from the comfort and safety of your vehicle.

Our convenient Telehealth computer system will enable us to perform certain appointment types online without you having to visit the office. You can talk to your Doctor in person – all from the comfort of your home!

Both of these new appointment avenues can be scheduled through your Patient Portal or by telephone at (704) 799-7925.

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